Qantas bans popular dog breed on flights
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Qantas bans popular dog breed on flights

Qantas Freight’s Chief Customer Officer Nick McGlynn said the airline wanted to balance the ability for owners to travel with their pets while ensuring animal welfare. “We already…

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Torrential rain floods theme parks
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Torrential rain floods theme parks

A severe storm warning was issued by the Bureau of Meteorology after intense rainfall from a mega cell lashed the state, and has caused “life-threatening” flash flooding on…

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Plane crashes in flames, explodes on street
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Plane crashes in flames, explodes on street

David Goode, founder and president of Goode Ski Technologies, took off at 3pm from the airport in Bountiful and was expected to land at the airport in Ogden…

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Nude woman stuns at airport
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Nude woman stuns at airport

An unidentified woman was recently filmed wandering around a terminal before stripping down to her bra and undies and then taking off the underwear altogether. The woman was…

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Picture that may cost Australia billions
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Picture that may cost Australia billions

One industry leader says the bushfire crisis could cost the sector $1 billion if holiday-makers continue to cancel their plans throughout the year. Australian Tourism Industry Council executive…

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Popular Bali tourist hub destroyed
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Popular Bali tourist hub destroyed

The Bintang Supermarket, located in Seminyak, was reported on fire at 2am Thursday causing extensive damage to the facility. The fire ripped through the popular tourist hub in…

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Question over Boeing’s return to the sky
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Question over Boeing’s return to the sky

“Are we going to end up with a safe aeroplane here?” James Freeman, the assistant editor of The Wall Street Journal’s editorial page, asked a panel of aviation…

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Cruising myth you need to forget
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Cruising myth you need to forget

Whether you’re a cruise virgin or a cruise veteran, 2020 will be filled with new ships, hot destinations and a range of on-board experiences that will make a…

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Jailed for ‘walking through a door’
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Jailed for ‘walking through a door’

Sydney freelance journalist Scott McIntyre, 46, was freed on bail last Friday after enduring six weeks in prison on trespass charges. On Wednesday he was given a six-month…

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Cops dismiss ‘offensive’ volcano claim
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Cops dismiss ‘offensive’ volcano claim

However, they have described claims on social media that the body was towed on a rope through the water, then lost after the police launch ran over it,…

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